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African voices

"The consultative process ensures that the voices of the excluded and marginalised groups are captured into the final framework that will be presented to the United Nations General Assembly in September 2013", Uka Kumba Thompson - Women of Liberia Peace Network.

"Africa still grapples with serious governance and socio-economic issues, and a people-centred approach in bringing about change should therefore be encouraged in the process of setting up new targets and goals beyond 2015.
Hon. James Musomi, Rwandan Minister for Local Government.

"It is incumbent upon us who have been there before to try to hand over the baton in a manner in which we can hit the ground running in 2015"
Amina Mohamed, Special Adviser of the UN Secretary General on the Post 2015 development agenda

"The vision that people want Africa, and indeed the global community to aspire to, is an Africa where citizens have the power to effect decisions that affect their lives; have access to equal opportunities; and enjoy an enabling environment to sustain their livelihoods.
Namhla Mniki-Mangaliso, African Monitor